Product Version: NetBeans IDE Dev (Build 200808240201)
Java: 1.6.0_06; Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM 10.0-b22
I'm running in Japanese locale, using a pseudo localized Netbeans with font size 16 option.
1. Create Java App
2. Open project properties
3. Select Accessible Description then press '...' button
The dialog has a message not from pseudo localized bundle file.
This is true for other such editor windows.
Created attachment 68884 [details]
Forgot to mention one step:
1.1 After creation of the app add JPanel to the project.
reassigning to core/property editors for evaluation
This string comes from the Form module.
The string does come from a bundle file but it seems that the corresponding bundle entry (key/value pair) is not
(pseudo)localized. The corresponding bundle entry is:
CTL_NOI18NCheckBox=Do ¬ internationalize this string
My guess is that this entry does not get (pseudo)localized because the key contains sequence "NOI18N".
Java file: form/src/org/netbeans/modules/form/editors2/StringEditor.java:109
Bundle file: form/src/org/netbeans/modules/form/editors2/Bundle.properties:167
Reassigned to "form" for further evaluation.
Evaluation of mpetras is correct. The mentioned message is i18ned. You should fix the tool that produces the
pseudolocalized IDE to avoid misunderstandings like this.
Jan is right that it was skipped for the reason he gave and I apologize for
this; I think its just the second time in all the years that something like
this has happened but its no excuse and I realize it took developers